AJN is the oldest and largest circulating nursing journal in the world. The Journal's mission is to promote excellence in professional nursing, with a global perspective, by providing cutting edge, evidence-based information that embraces a holistic perspective on health and nursing.
Consistently ranked as one of the most-read and most assigned journals by faculties of doctoral programs in nursing, each issue of Advances in Nursing Science (ANS) features a single timely research topic with exciting implications for patient care.
ANS is intellectually challenging, yet readable; innovative, yet scientifically sound; reliable research without the tedious, traditional hard science approach found in so many other journals. Articles in ANS are peer-reviewed and chosen for their pioneering approaches and perspectives, which set the direction for nursing practice today.
JNCQ explores the many different issues and challenges that nursing leaders face, and offers cutting-edge examples and case studies, how-to features on the latest innovations, and proven quality care strategies and solutions.
Nursing Research covers key issues, including health promotion, human responses to illness, acute care nursing research, symptom management, cost-effectiveness, vulnerable populations, health services, and community-based nursing studies.
Each issue highlights the latest research techniques, quantitative and qualitative studies, and new state-of-the-art methodological strategies, including information not yet found in textbooks. Expert commentaries and briefs are also included. Ranks 3rd for impact among 42 nursing journals (ISI Social Science Citation Index, 2000).
Original articles focus on issues that impact staff development, as well as the latest innovations in education, research and technology: educating unlicensed assisting personnel; competence assessment; developing, implementing, and evaluating program effectiveness; computer-aided instruction; organization-wide approaches to meeting JCAHO standards.
JONA is the authoritative source of information on developments and advances in patient care leadership. Content is geared to nurse executives, directors of nursing, and nurse managers in hospital, community health, and ambulatory care environments.
Practical, solution-oriented articles provide the tools to excel in our changing health care system: leadership development; human, material, and financial resource management; staffing and scheduling systems. All articles are peer-reviewed, selected and developed with the guidance of a distinguished group of editorial advisors.
Aims to advance nursing leadership in health care, with a focus on tomorrow, by providing information and thoughtful analyses of content and emerging best practices in health care management, economics, and policymaking.
Each issue presents peer-reviewed articles that range from legal and ethical aspects of nursing leadership to personnel management, recruitment and retention, budget issues, product selection, and quality control.
Clinical Nurse Specialist™ addresses the practice of clinical nurse specialists in diagnosis and treatment to prevent, remediate, or alleviate illness/suffering and promote health within defined populations -- regardless of specialty.
From shaping the role of the clinical nurse specialist to examining new methods of cost-effectiveness, Clinical Nurse Specialist™ spans the field with original articles of the highest caliber. Special sections include pharmacology consult, entrepreneurship, technology for practice, books-at-a-glance, and legislative/regulatory updates. And now, readers can use this journal as a convenient means of acquiring CE contact hours in the following areas: research ethics, AIDS, child and adolescent psychiatry, computers, and critical care.
A peer-reviewed journal that provides current practice-oriented information for the continuing education and improved clinical practice of critical care professionals, including nurses, physicians, and allied health care professionals.
MCN is a peer-reviewed journal that meets its mission by publishing clinically relevant practice and research manuscripts aimed at assisting nurses toward evidence-based practice. MCN focuses on today's major issues and high priority problems in maternal/child nursing, women's health, and family nursing with extensive coverage of advanced practice healthcare issues relating to infants and young children.
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